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Safari familyversary PJ set

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These Safari familversay PJs feature a super-snuggly long-sleeved watercolour print design. The PJ's are personalised in beige and safari green with your familyversary year. NFM branding on the inside neckline ' part of the inclusion revolution'

Please add year personalisation request in notes upon checkout

  • Popper buttons on neckline
  • Watercolour custom printed design
  • 95% cotton, 5% spandex
  • Cuffed ankle and sleeve
  • Generously sized 

Notafictionalmum is the UK’s first - and original - infertility and adoption clothing brand. We are a small business built on love and strive for equality and inclusivity for ALL families. 10% of all Notafictionalmum sales profits will be donated directly to Barnardo's UK.All sized clothing boxes and mailing bags are made purely from recycled materials and are fully recyclable. Even the tissue paper is PH neutral, recycled and vegan friendly.

*Notafictionalmum is a trademarked name all designs are therefore branded. Notafictionalmum owns all trademarked rights to ' familyversary'